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It was an ancient car anyway, so it was no great loss.
the loss of the Titanic
He suffered hearing loss following an illness.
The loss of his sight was a severe blow.
a loss of confidence
a new treatment for hair loss
insurance that also covers loss of limbs or eyes
Tory losses are mounting up in the south-west.
Exercise and weight loss can help lower your blood pressure.
She was offered compensation for loss of earnings.
company losses in excess of £25 million
The company reported heavy losses for last year.
They made a net loss of £350 million.
The company was sold at a loss of £2 million.
We made a loss on the house sale.
Many sympathies on your sad loss.
Jean never recovered from the loss of her husband.
The hospital is mourning the loss of a pioneering surgeon.
We all felt a tremendous sense of loss when Robin left.
the loss of 12 fully-trained doctors
If the school closes, it will be a great loss to the community.
Manchester United’s loss to Liverpool at Anfield last week